Career Education Review - DeVry University Students Create Digital Games for Travelers at O’Hare Airport

Traveling through Chicago O’Hare International Airport during spring break? Travelers can stop by the Fly with Butch O’Hare family lounge, located near Gate F3 in Terminal 2. In addition to a play area for children, the lounge has custom-designed video games for young and adult travelers alike that were created and developed by DeVry University students in partnership with the Chicago Department of Aviation.

Eight digital games were developed by more than 30 DeVry students as part of the university’s senior class projects since 2017, with three games recently added in August 2019. DeVry students complete a senior class project as part of their graduation requirements, and students in the Chicagoland area who are majoring in computer information systems have the unique opportunity to develop or update games for the Fly with Butch O’Hare lounge as their senior class project.

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